The societal, scientific, and religious understanding of LGBTQ people through time is complex and on-going. As we've listened to various (sometimes conflicting) perspectives on this topic, we've felt an overwhelming need for greater understanding.
We've created some resources on topics from our studies and family experiences.
Any religion or institution which involves authority of leaders must also avoid extreme notions of authoritarianism, dogmatism, or fundamentalism.
Science and religion work orthogonally in important ways, but their power is when they can be used together to grasp something that neither could on their own.
Belief in a world or environment created and called 'good' by God (Genesis 1) should cause us to to consider how we treat creation.
We believe our responsibility as parents is to love our children and help them learn how to use their agency in choosing ways to respond to life that lead to positive outcomes.
For our family, we've seen a need to have our own list of scriptures which focus primarily on charity and its central and foundational role.